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1. April Fooling Around... And Not

There will surely be some great April Fools' news items this week. These, however, are some that we wish were jokes.

Tags: animals, dagestan, Siberia, music, health, travel, transport
2. Cheerleaders, Croquet, and Persistent Coronavirus

In this week's Odder News, cheerleaders and lawmakers band together, croquet culture spreads to Russia, and youthful exuberance leads to a joyride.

Tags: politics, health, children, travel, transport
3. Public Transit Complaints, Ethnic Villages, and Namibia

In this week's Odder News, regions work on ethnic villages, presidents get songs written about them, and coronavirus countermeasures take a surprising twist.

Tags: dagestan, Siberia, music, health, travel, transport
4. Bus Parades, Pumpkin Beheadings, and Other Dumb Ways to Die

While city vehicles go for a stroll, death comes knocking — twice.

Tags: drones, technology, turkey, Moscow, parade, transport, cossacks, arkhangelsk
By Tiffany Zhu
5. Scooters Kick Off in Russia

Russians may have found a new favorite form of wheels.

Tags: city life, soviet era, transport, bikes, st. petersburg, Moscow
6. A Place for Everything

Sorry, Bulgakov – the devil didn’t come to Moscow this time, but prizes and panties did.

Tags: cooking, prison, fashion, transport, television, putin, geography, school, devil, religion, urban, Moscow, twitter
7. Tramvai!

One hundred and twenty years ago, the first electric tram went into operation in Moscow.

Tags: transport, moscow, tram
8. Getting Creative

'You want to go out into Khatanga Gulf?' So begins an adventure aboard a tenacious tugboat in Russia’s northern seas.

Tags: White Sea, transport, fishing

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